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- Munroe, Jeffrey S.; Norris, Emmet D.; Carling, Gregory T.; Beard, Brian L.; Satkoski, Aaron M.; Liu, Lianwen
- Aeolian research 2019 v.38 pp. 39-47
- land management, etc ; all-terrain vehicles; arid zones; basins; biogeochemical cycles; dust; ecosystems; grazing; hydrology; isotopes; mining; mountains; planning; plateaus; sediments; soil; summer; travel; urban development; vegetation; wind erosion; Mojave Desert; Rocky Mountain region; Utah; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... The deposition of aeolian dust has profound effects on biogeochemical cycling, soil development, and hydrology in alpine ecosystems. In the western United States, it has been proposed that much of the dust reaching the Rocky Mountains is derived from arid regions located to the west-southwest. Because these areas are vulnerable to drought-related changes in vegetation, grazing impacts, mining, off ...